Mega Giveaway Day 26 – PeltaPeeps For Two Game

Mega Giveaway Day 26 – PeltaPeeps For Two Game

You’ll see our Day 26 prize in a gift guide later this week, but we’re giving you a peep at it early right here! Wonder what it is? Of course you do! it’s PeltaPeeps for Two, a 2-person take on Pelta Games‘ Pelta Peeps game. (That’s an mouthful isn’t it?!) The story behind the company is pretty interesting, too. Among other businesses, they previously owned a glass studio. That art is the inspiration behind their line of games. These aren’t your average mass market game though with each being custom made at their facility in Florida. Use the form to enter to win PeltaPeeps for Two in our 150+ Days of Giveaways. REALLY want it? Come back each day for additional chances to enter to win or guarantee yourself a copy by ordering one!

150+ Days of Giveaways – Day 26 – PeltaPeeps for Two Game

Nicole Brady

About Nicole Brady

Founder and owner of, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked closely with brands such as Netflix, Nintendo, Domino's and Disney, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two amazing daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere being an advocate for playing board games.

37 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 26 – PeltaPeeps For Two Game»

  1. Heather Bridson says:

    Yes! Beautiful artwork and colors make me want to play a game more. Boring bland cards just don’t cut it anymore!

  2. Eric Shearer says:

    Yeah, more than I’m consciously aware of I bet. Even something as simple as having a board or tokens can make me want to play a game over a card game, even though while we are playing card only games i have just as much fun.

  3. Susan Stickney says:

    Nah, I have bad taste so it doesn’t matter.

  4. Caroline Lennek says:

    Yes, I think if a game is visually pleasing or interesting, it appeals to me more.

  5. Diane Richards says:

    In some ways, yes, the design on the game box and pieces do enhance the game playing experience. It makes the game unique and memorable.

  6. Donald Wayman says:

    For a game I like, not really. For a borderline game it can help.

  7. Kristin Troska says:

    yes, I love a pretty game

  8. Ritchie says:

    The theme and aesthetics definitely do help in th e decision but the main factor is the game play.

  9. Mary Somerville says:

    Yes. if a game looks good, it does make it more inviting to play.

  10. Kim Davis says:

    Yes if it looks bright and colorful you want to play it.

  11. Andrew W. says:

    Yes, games like Inis are gorgeous and that added to, but was not the sole reason for, wanting to make a purchase.

  12. jan says:

    aesthetics can certainly play a part especially when choosing to purchase a game or try one for the first time.

  13. Darlene Owen says:

    Yes a game’s aesthetics impact my interest in wanting to play it

  14. Katrina Weiss says:

    The aesthetics can certainly make me look closer at a game and read the box or the directions.

  15. Rick M says:

    Definitely! I might pass over a good game because it just doesn’t draw me in visually. But the same token, I’ve purchased games that first caught my eye for their beauty (Kanban, Yedo) which then caused me to see what the game play was like.

  16. Trey LaCaze says:

    Yes, aesthetics give me that initial interest boost.

  17. Vek Wal says:

    Of course it does! Great aesthetics are always something to look at and feel grater immersion in game.

  18. Onyinye Elochukwu says:

    Yes, aesthetics really helps me. If it’s not eye catching one my just pass.

  19. D.May says:

    Yes! The circular arcs and the color combinations are both attractive to me.

  20. Cynthia C says:

    Yes, interesting aesthetics are visually exciting and make me want to explore a game further.

  21. Laurie says:

    It’s not viral to have fun- but it always easier to an enjoy a game if it is visually appealing

  22. Pat F says:

    just like a book, never judge the book by it’s cover, the same with a game!

  23. Michael Shea says:

    Yes, very Much!

  24. Karen Rosenick says:


  25. Katrina P says:

    Aesthetics are definitely an important factor, but not the only factor.

  26. Sparks says:

    Yes, especially with little kids, they are not yet into real abstract games. Table appeal helps and at this state in the hobby it is expected. I like it since it also helps draw in new players.


    Yes it is part of the appeal that completes your assessment of any game.

  28. Deanna S says:

    Aesthetics are often what initially capture my attention when checking out a game; however, a game with solid strategy, a creative premise, and replay value are qualities that keep me coming back to a game. Aesthetics at that point are just a nice bonus.

  29. NShip says:

    Yes. Artwork will initially attract me to a game, mechanics will keep me there.

  30. Gun says:

    very much so

  31. Leela says:

    Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn’t.

  32. Ryan Schenk says:

    A games aesthetics do impact the overall attractiveness of the game. If for example the game was black and grey the visual feedback in my mind is that the game will be dark and gloomy. But if the game is full of color this would attract my senses. On top of all of this it the bright game would provide extra vitamin E for happiness!

  33. helen longo says:

    of course! pop out color to enhance the fun of the game! Great for the eyes.

  34. Hesper Fry says:

    Yes, it does! It makes me more curious about the game.

  35. Josh Bugeja says:

    Absolutely! Box art helps attract new players, board and cards and character play mats and things keep you engaged. 🙂

  36. PBinCT says:

    ugly, dark colors can have a big negative effect, so brighter colors are a definite aesthetic plus

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